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Windows DVD Maker Writing Quality

#1
I tried several searches but am unable to find out if you can adjust the DVD
writing quality in Windows DVD Maker. I would like to have the best video
reproduction quality as possible on the DVD. Thanks.
 

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John Inzer

#2
X1 wrote:

> I tried several searches but am unable to find out if you can adjust
> the DVD writing quality in Windows DVD Maker. I would like to have
> the best video reproduction quality as possible on the DVD. Thanks.
===================================
If you are using Movie Maker to edit
your video...you could use a Custom
Profile to enhance the quality of your
work...have a look at the following articles:

Movie Maker in Vista -
Publishing / Quality Profiles
http://www.papajohn.org/Vista-Publishing.html

Windows Vista
Create custom movie settings
for Windows Movie Maker
http://tinyurl.com/2fo9b9
or...
http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/9d91bd30-e4c3-43f2-b8c1-b2f4e05225b51033.mspx

As for DVD Maker...the only settings
I'm aware of are discussed in the following
article:

Windows Vista -
Change Windows DVD
Maker DVD-Video settings
http://tinyurl.com/2sop4p
or...
http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/04ed3370-ae1d-4a8d-827f-2b1058f853781033.mspx

More info:

Windows Vista -
Help and How To:
Windows DVD Maker
http://tinyurl.com/yusbhl
or...
http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/search.aspx?=&qu=dvd+maker

--

John Inzer
Digital Media MVP

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
 

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#3
"John Inzer" wrote:

> X1 wrote:

> > I tried several searches but am unable to find out if you can adjust
> > the DVD writing quality in Windows DVD Maker. I would like to have
> > the best video reproduction quality as possible on the DVD. Thanks.
> ===================================
> If you are using Movie Maker to edit
> your video...you could use a Custom
> Profile to enhance the quality of your
> work...have a look at the following articles:
>
> Movie Maker in Vista -
> Publishing / Quality Profiles
> http://www.papajohn.org/Vista-Publishing.html
>
> Windows Vista
> Create custom movie settings
> for Windows Movie Maker
> http://tinyurl.com/2fo9b9
> or...
> http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/9d91bd30-e4c3-43f2-b8c1-b2f4e05225b51033.mspx
>
> As for DVD Maker...the only settings
> I'm aware of are discussed in the following
> article:
>
> Windows Vista -
> Change Windows DVD
> Maker DVD-Video settings
> http://tinyurl.com/2sop4p
> or...
> http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/04ed3370-ae1d-4a8d-827f-2b1058f853781033.mspx
>
> More info:
>
> Windows Vista -
> Help and How To:
> Windows DVD Maker
> http://tinyurl.com/yusbhl
> or...
> http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/search.aspx?=&qu=dvd+maker
>
> --
>
> John Inzer
> Digital Media MVP
>
> Notice
> This is not tech support
> I am a volunteer
>
> Solutions that work for
> me may not work for you
>
> Proceed at your own risk
>
>
> Thanks John for the helpful links! I normally save imported files and edited files as .avi. Then let the Windows DVD software write the movie to the disc. Should I have saved the files using .wmv 3.0 mbps?
 

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J

John Inzer

#4
X1 wrote:

>> Thanks John for the helpful links! I normally save imported files
>> and edited files as .avi. Then let the Windows DVD software write
>> the movie to the disc. Should I have saved the files using .wmv 3.0
>> mbps?
===============================
DV-AVI should be adequate but I always
suggest that experimentation is the best
way to determine what is best.

--

John Inzer
Digital Media MVP

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
 

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#5
Thanks again John!

"John Inzer" wrote:

> X1 wrote:

> >> Thanks John for the helpful links! I normally save imported files
> >> and edited files as .avi. Then let the Windows DVD software write
> >> the movie to the disc. Should I have saved the files using .wmv 3.0
> >> mbps?
> ===============================
> DV-AVI should be adequate but I always
> suggest that experimentation is the best
> way to determine what is best.
>
> --
>
> John Inzer
> Digital Media MVP
>
> Notice
> This is not tech support
> I am a volunteer
>
> Solutions that work for
> me may not work for you
>
> Proceed at your own risk
>
>
>
 

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J

John Inzer

#6
X1 wrote:

> Thanks again John!
===============
You're welcome.

--

John Inzer
Digital Media MVP

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
 

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